What scripture shows that the Roman emperors ruled the world?

Answer

"And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world
should be taxed!' Luke 2: 1.
NOTE-Describing the Roman conquests, Gibbon uses the very imagery employed in the vision of
Daniel 2. He says: "The arms of the republic, sometimes vanquished in battle, always victorious in war,
advanced with rapid steps to the Euphrates, the Danube, the Rhine, and the ocean; and the images of gold,
or silver, or brass, that might serve to represent the nations and their kings, were successively broken by
the iron monarchy of Rome."-"Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire," chap. 38, par. 1, under "General
Observations," at the close of the chapter.
 


What three essentials for a Saviour are found in Christ?
What is revealed by the law?
By what is the Medo-Persian Empire represented in the great image?
What blessing does the Psalmist say attends the keeping of God's commandments?
How does the Lord, through the prophet Isaiah, indicate what is true Sabbath-keeping?
Will this he a time of judgment?
What positive declaration does the apostle then make?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle